Occupational Health and Safety Specialist and Technician State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Occupational Health and Safety Specialists and Technicians.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $26.84 in South Carolina to a high of $40.76 in District of Columbia. A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of an Occupational Health and Safety Specialist and Technician. 

Some typical factors include: 

Supply and demand 
Union representation (States that have higher union activity earn an average of 20% more in pay and benefits for all employees)

Cost of living 
Healthcare reimbursement rates 
Cost of Living 

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STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 880 31.80 66,150
Alaska 440 35.44 73,710
Arizona 1,270 30.10 62,610
Arkansas 690 28.43 59,140
California 6,980 37.36 77,710
Colorado 1,260 35.74 74,330
Connecticut 590 36.56 76,050
Delaware 320 33.51 69,690
District of Columbia 300 40.76 84,780
Florida 1,780 31.12 64,740
Georgia 990 32.02 66,590
Hawaii 280 33.94 70,580
Idaho 310 28.84 59,990
Illinois 1,170 35.62 74,080
Indiana 1,540 28.05 58,350
Iowa 590 29.97 62,340
Kansas 760 27.82 57,870
Kentucky 1,360 31.48 65,470
Louisiana 1,010 33.67 70,040
Maine 300 29.65 61,680
Maryland 940 35.17 73,160
Massachusetts 1,130 35.52 73,880
Michigan 980 33.26 69,180
Minnesota 1,410 31.76 66,050
Mississippi 320 30.74 63,940
Missouri 950 32.51 67,620


STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 420 29.30 60,950
Nebraska 540 28.38 59,030
Nevada 560 34.01 70,730
New Hampshire 260 34.05 70,820
New Jersey 1,980 36.53 75,980
New Mexico 560 36.22 75,330
New York 3,260 34.29 71,330
North Carolina 1,650 31.88 66,300
North Dakota 350 29.89 62,180
Ohio 2,620 34.47 71,700
Oklahoma 920 29.75 61,890
Oregon 860 31.89 66,330
Pennsylvania 2,380 31.68 65,890
Rhode Island 100 36.22 75,330
South Carolina 1,090 26.84 55,820
South Dakota 140 29.13 60,590
Tennessee 1,590 30.43 63,280
Texas 7,280 33.90 70,520
Utah 780 30.36 63,160
Vermont 100 33.04 68,730
Virginia 2,450 30.99 64,450
Washington 2,400 35.81 74,480
West Virginia 530 35.31 73,440
Wisconsin 1,020 30.03 62,460
Wyoming 410 31.50 65,510